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830 reviews

60% would repurchase

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Brows -Glossier -Boy Brow

on 7/17/2018 4:23:00 AM


I'm in love with this product! I get fuller brows in great color (brown) in a quick and simple application.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Lip Treatments -Glossier -Birthday Balm Dotcom

on 7/15/2018 11:50:00 AM


Hands down favorite lip product. It smells like they shoved a freshly baked vanilla cake into the tube. It soothes and mends extremely well no matter how badly my lips are chapped. The subtle little sparkles are cute, as is the holographic tube itself. The design on the tube flakes off over time but that isn't a deal breaker in any way. Worth every cent.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Blush -Glossier -Cloud Paint Seamless Cheek Color


Cloud Paint is my favorite Glossier product and perfectly embodies the brand's aesthetic - the product blends into the skin with ease, sets quickly but still is seamless when more product is applied over an initial application, doesn't feel tacky or heavy on the skin, and mixing shades is super easy. I've used it as eyeshadow too with no issues, just a nice sheer wash of color. Honestly couldn't ask for anything else beyond an expanded color range.

The only downside is the packaging - the paint tube is very cute, but maybe not the best option for this product as it's much more of a liquid than a cream. The tube itself it made of a plastic that is rigid to a point where a gentle squeeze ends up pushing out too much product unless I'm holding the tube vertical. A finer tip on the tube would probably give a little more control; I adore this product and hate that I've wasted any due to packaging.

2 of 3 people found this helpful.

Mascara -Glossier -Lash Slick Mascara

on 7/13/2018 2:00:00 PM


Like one of the previous reviewers, my fave mascara is UD Perversion and I measure every mascara I try against it. Perversion is an inky dark, wet formula, and the brush is fat and traditional (i.e. not plastic). It gives a nice dramatic look that I don't find to be 'too much.' Lash Slick is pretty different from it but I still really like it.

It has a drier formula and has a little bit of drag when you apply, which is a personal pet peeve of mine since it just gives me the willies but it's not too bad tbh. (That's why I normally stay away from plastic wands.) It takes slightly more time to build up, and the effect is more natural (obviously the Glossier aesthetic is at play here) but you will get fluttery butterfly lashes that aren't A Look. You will look pretty. There is more length enhancement than volume, but you'll still get some volume. I like the way it feels on, and it doesn't smudge or flake at all during the day. I will say that removing it isn't a perfect process, it comes off in flakes/chunks, and I often wake up in the morning with giant black flakes all over my face but this is better than having it happen ~when it matters~. It's also not as black as I'd like, but I have olive skin and dark hair/lashes, so I need a truly dark black for absolute lash perfection. They only make one shade currently, so I assume they wanted to not make it as universal as possible. They'll probably expand the shade range eventually.

The one area where it outperforms Perversion is that it doesn't smear under my eyes. I have to make sure there's no cream under my eyes and wear primer there too if I want my beloved Perversion to look its best on long, hot days, but Lash Slick stays where you put it.

I recommend this, and would buy it again if I was in the mood or want free shipping—I'll probably stick with Perversion because I like it a smidge better and I can get it in-store.

Sidenote, the Glossier order containing this mascara got messed up—I ordered 1 x boy brow, and 1 x lash slick and 2 boy brows got shipped to me (no lash slick). The Glossier customer service team could not have been nicer or more helpful. They immediately sent me the mascara and let me keep the extra boy brow for no charge, and also covered the mascara shipping. They even followed up since I didn't respond to their last email (because it was 4th of July and I was...busy). I know the brand gets a lot of hate but boy brow is my absoute fave brow product and they have some other standout stuff too (I also love their clear lipgloss).

I think the Glossier packaging is cute, but it's not 100% well-made, and they could take some of the $$ they put towards pink bubble pouches and stickers and make it better. j u s t m y t w o c e n t s

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Eye Shadow -Glossier -Lidstar

on 7/11/2018 4:36:00 AM

Glossier can be a hit or miss, so I really did not know what to expect from their newest cream shadows at first. I bought two shades based on online recommendations (Fawn, Cub) and frankly these are the only two colours I am willing to wear on a daily basis now.

Why? They're easy. Don't get me wrong, I love a full on glam situation, however, these shadows are perfect for an everyday wear. They are long-lasting, don't crease and give a very nice glow. Not glitter, not shimmer -pearlescent glow. They don't require a primer either. If you don't like to fuss much with your eye makeup, just pop a flattering light-reflective shadow, add some mascara and run out the door, these are brilliant for that.

I have unedited swatches plus more application tips and a makeup look in a separate review here for those of you curious about the new range ( hope it helps! At this point I am happy with both colours that I have, I don't feel like getting all six, two is a good number.

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